Animal Rescue jobs NYC
Founded in 1866, the ASPCA - American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to deliver effective programs that address animal homelessness and animal cruelty across the United States. As the country's first humane organization, the ASPCA is involved in a variety of work, including animal rescue, advocacy, legislative lobbying, pet owner resource and information provision, animal placement, animal protection, and pet care initiatives.
As a nonprofit organization, the ASPCA relies on volunteers and donors to fund its vital programs. With national headquarters in New York, New York, the ASPCA also maintains shelters in many states, in addition to partnering with a number of other shelters and welfare agencies throughout the country.
As an employer, the ASPCA has a national staff of more than 800 people and offers competitive salaries and benefits, including paid time off, a 401k, health insurance with dental and vision care, and parental leave. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals seeks candidates who believe that animals deserve respectful and kind treatment and has posted a variety of flexible employment opportunities in the past, including part-time, full-time, temporary, remote, alternative schedule, and freelance positions.